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Notebook: Easley having 'productive' year

After tearing his ACL in the final regular season game against Florida State last year, no one was really sure what to expect out of defensive lineman Dominique Easley this year. He switched outside to defensive end, but there were questions about his burst after the knee injury. The junior is starting to play more consistently and be a bigger factor as the season continues.

Easley has been held out of two games—Kentucky and Vanderbilt — this season — because of swelling and soreness in the knee. The injury has also forced the Florida coaches to be smart in handling him on the practice field. They don't want to waste too many reps during the week that could limit some of his explosiveness on Saturdays. It's starting to be shown more. Dominique Easley had four tackles...

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